Fathers Day 2014!


He didn’t tell me how to live; he lived, and let me watch him do it.
Clarence Budington Kelland


Never raise your hand to your kids. It leaves your groin unprotected. laughing0
Red Buttons


“By the time a man realizes that maybe his father was right, he usually has a son who thinks he’s wrong.”
Charles Wadsworth


“The most important thing a father can do for his children is to love their mother.”

Theodore Hesburgh



For all of you who have, had…or are Dads:
For your generous souls
Strong, comforting arms ..and
Your wisdom of the ages.

And…For your “memorable lines”: Heh. joy


This will hurt me a lot more than it hurts you.

Turn off those lights. Do you think I am made of money?crazysmile

You call that noise “music”?

Don’t ask me, ask your mother.laugh9

We’re not lost.
I’m just not sure where we are.i-dont-know

In MY day……


Hugssssssssssssssssssssss…Taker easy and enjoy your day DAY!

Oh by the way..Do you have any “memorable” lines?..Heh goodvibes


Special luvs to our Dad’s fightin the good fight for us all.




9 Responses to “Fathers Day 2014!”

  1. Comedy Plus says:

    In my day too, I heard all those and more, but can’t think of them right now. I’m sure I will later.

    Have a fabulous day and happy Fathers Day to all the fathers in your life. Big hugs. :)

  2. Stephanie Faris says:

    Great quotes! You appreciate your parents more the older you get!

  3. Marine4Ever says:

    ALL OUTSTANDING, Angel! (I think that I’ve heard, seen and done ‘em all, by now.)

  4. Woodsterman says:

    “Get a haircut before I put a pink bow in it.”

  5. z says:

    Not about dads, but I DO laugh at “if it’s not one thing, it’s your MOTHER” :-)
    Great post, Angel.

  6. William Stout says:

    Thank you so much for your kind words, Angel. You are truly a ray of sunshine! My dad took off when I was five, so I was raised by my grandfather. He was the closest thing that I had to a dad growing up. He raised me, as he had raised his son and my mom. I never knew a more kind or conscientious role model as a dad. I once told a friend that if I were just half of the man that he was, I would be all right. I was asked if I had ever told my grandfather that, and I said no.

    She then advised me to take the opportunity to tell him how I felt. My grandfather was in his nineties and time was running out. So on a father’s day that occurred some time ago, I did take that advice, and I told him how I felt. It meant the world to him. There are some gifts that you just cannot buy, and I am glad that I gave him the most valuable gift that a child could give to their parent that day.

    My Grandpa died shortly after that Father’s Day, and I am glad that I got the chance to say what was in my heart before that opportunity was lost to me. It is pleasant to remember the love and guidance that he gave my brothers and I. One day, I will see him again, and we will catch up. Until then, I just strive to follow his example.

    Have a great week Angel, and thank you for just being you!

  7. Carol-Christian Soldier says:

    WS-thank you for sharing your story-very moving-

    Angel-a wonderful post – as always-and – the photos of our BEST-brought a heart smile-

  8. Joe says:

    Thank you for a great post Angel, and thank you for NOT having a bunch of pictures of your delicious food for me to drool over. heh heh

  9. KarLLMMMMMM says:

    Honor Thy Father and Mother…

    The best way you know how…..

    and make them proud you did…